Engineering students at West Texas A&M University are making campus safer from viruses and bacteria with technology they first developed to protect soldiers from anthrax.

Doors at West Texas A&M University will soon be able to resist some common, harmful pathogens for up to two years, thanks to a clever invention by graduate engineering students there.

This technology soon will be tested for its effectiveness against the Coronavirus.

Let’s keep our fingers crossed that it will at least resist this virus and make the world just a little bit safer.

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